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Fried Ice Cream

August 17th, 2008 by Bahama

A while ago I obtained a deep fryer.  It came with a partial recipe for Corellian Fried Ice Cream.  I wasted no time obtaining the ingredients listed and made a guess about what might complete the recipe.  I fried it up and created some of my very own fried ice cream…

Fried Ice Cream

Upon first tasting it, it was as delicious as it looked…. but immediately my stomach made a horrible noise and I felt very sick.   Undaunted by my failure, I encouraged my friend Jaegen to make a batch.  With a different ingredient surely he’d have better luck…

Oh No

Then again, maybe not.  I almost felt bad enough to help him clean the vomit off the floor…. almost.

Ice Cream Back Out

Treasure Hunt

July 27th, 2008 by Bahama


While fishing one day I pulled up a data disk.  Upon examining it, I discovered it was infact a map to some treasure.  I’m not foolish enough to attempt to recover such a thing myself so I managed to enlist the help of several friends. 

My dear friend, Ikohara, noticed my attire was less than battle worthy and was kind enough to offer me a set of armor to wear. 

I hate armor. 

I hate feeling the weight of it on my body.  I hate the sound it makes as you walk.  But most of all, I hate the smell.  I’ve never met a set of used armor that didn’t emit a malodorous mix of metal and sweat. 

This armor was no exception.  I looked as ridiculous, uncomfortable and smelly as I felt and when I said so I’m afraid I may have inadvertently insulted Ikohara…

I Wear That!

But in the interest of safety, we all agreed I should wear it anyway.

We followed the map to the exact location specified.  As we expected, there were a few obstacles between us and our treasure.  My friends quickly rid us of them. We greedily opened the box…

Finding Treasure

and were disappointed to find nothing of great value.  I will think twice about going on another treasure hunt.  I’m still trying to get the smell of Rodian and smoke out of my hair.

Smoke Too?!

Car Pooling on Tatooine

July 19th, 2008 by Bahama

Car Pool

Drive Next Week

It’s a Mystery to Me…

July 9th, 2008 by Bahama

I often wonder why Bermuda spends so much time away from home….

The Nag

It’s not like I nag or anything!

My Hero

July 5th, 2008 by Bahama

Bermuda showed me this lovely photo of him with the infamous Han Solo.  I must admit I was impressed.

My Hero

Later I was clearing all the photos out of the camera and I found this…..

Still My Hero

(click on the photo to see it a bit larger)

Bermuda Returns!

June 30th, 2008 by Bahama

After long years of waiting, Bermuda returned today. A blip on my datapad alerted me to his arrival and I immediately flew to Bestine to meet him. 

There he was, looking much like he did when he left.


First thing he did was pull out all his old toys.



Then, in typical Bermuda fashion, he was off like a shot to find things to kill.  I kissed him and got this in return…

Smack Bottom




A Remarkable Offer

June 21st, 2008 by Bahama

City Tour

One thing I love about being a member of the Beowulf Squadron (besides knowing a bunch of excellent pilots who can help me if I get into trouble) is the opportunity to get to know the other members.   They really are a nice bunch of people.  I wrote before about the generosity of one member.  It seems that it’s a quality that extends to the others in the group as well.

The other day I met Nian at my shop.  She invited me to come see her house located just on the other side of Theed.  It had recently been built and was largely unfurnished but it was stunning.  The house was huge.  The rooms were gigantic.  It was spacious while also being quite homey. 

And then there was the view.  Even though it was a cloudy day, standing on the rooftop patio inspired awe.  As we descended through the maze of corridors, I thanked her for taking the time to show me her incredible home.

As we reached the front steps, she told me how she’d noticed the dangerous creatures circling my shop and wondered if such a small house could provide enough space for my business.  As she talked the sun came out and the view of Theed, in all her glory, was before me.

The View

Then she said, “Bahama, I’d like to offer you this house.” 

I stared at her in disbelief.  There was shock, then excitement at the thought of running my business out of such a beautiful place.  Then  came sadness as I thought about the loss of my shop… the one that stood in that same spot for so many years.  I stood for a moment and gazed at the view in silence.

Finally, I turned to her.  I told her that I was completely blown away that she’d offer me such a thing…. but that I’d have to decline.  As nice as her house was, I realized I really couldn’t be happier than I was with my little shop, surrounded by obnoxious creatures. 

She was sweet about it and said she understood.  She then offered to let me stay there with her on nights when a trip back to Journey’s End would be too much.  I readily accepted.  I can’t count the number of times I’ve resorted to sleeping on that couch in the back room of my shop!

Bahama and Nian

Still, what she gave me was far more than access to a guest room.  Now each time I make that familiar trip from the starport to my shop, I’m reminded how much I love my little shop.  I once took it for granted because it was just what I had. Now I appreciate it because it’s what I chose.

Tiny Fambaa

June 13th, 2008 by Bahama

The other day my good friend and guildmate, Kenria, announced she was going to start training a couple of new pets. 

Bermuda always had an avid interest in creatures. He tamed and trained more pets than I could keep track of.  There isn’t a whole lot I haven’t seen.

Desperately bored from stocking vendors, I asked her which types of creatures they were.  Alice, she informed me, was a fambaa.   I’m not much of a fan of the fambaa.  They have a nasty habit of stomping about my shop while I’m trying to work.  Sometimes the ground shakes so violently that it interferes with my crafting.  It’s difficult to sew a straight line in an earthquake. 

I warned Kenria she should be careful not to get caught underfoot the great beast.  She replied back that it wasn’t a concern at the moment since she the baby was only waist high.  What?  Waist high? 

I’ve seen a lot of fambaa… but never one that small!  So I ran over to Mos Eisley to see Alice for myself. 

Kenria with Alice

Alice was indeed very small.  The smallest fambaa I’ve ever seen.  She was adorable.  But Kermit, the chuba, had her beat in sheer ferocity. :)

Kermit Combat

Son of a Gun

January 28th, 2008 by Bahama

As a parent you try to raise your kids to grow to be adults who can make good responsible choices…..


It doesn’t always work….

Bermuda-Jr’s corpse

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